International Award-Winning Photograph to be Auctioned off at Benefit for Wild Horses in Denver

Denver Wildlife Photographer Scott Wilson’s “Anger Management,” Winner of Two SONY 2022 World Photography Awards

(DENVER, COLO.) December 8, 2022  —  Denver-based photographer, Scott Wilson of WilsonAxpe Photography is offering his SONY 2022 World Photography award-winning photograph, Anger Management in a silent auction to benefit the nation’s leading wild horse protection organization, the American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC). The photograph earned Wilson the coveted Open Photographer of the Year award earlier this year. 

The photograph headlines a silent auction that includes unique art and experiences. 

Anger Management, winner of the Sony World Photography Natural World & Wildlife Award, by Scott Wilson/WilsonAxpe Photography, Sony Open Photographer of the Year, is one of the many amazing pieces of art, jewelry and experiences in the AWHC’s 2022 Stay Wild auction.

Anger Management will be featured at AWHC’s 5th Annual Stay Wild benefit hosted this year at Wilson’s Gallery 6 in Denver’s art district on December 9, from 5-8 pm. The evening will preview Mustang Grit, a documentary short about Wilson’s journey from wildlife photographer and Stage 4 cancer survivor to a leading advocate for wild horse conservation in Colorado. 

“We are so grateful to Scott for donating his iconic photograph that captures the power, beauty, and strength of America’s wild mustang. His photograph, Anger Management, has highlighted these iconic animals and their plight on the international photography scene,” said Suzanne Roy executive director of the AWHC.

While the event is RSVP only, the auction is open to the public and can be viewed here. Bidding closes at 9 pm MT, December 9, 2022. 

About American Wild Horse Campaign

The American Wild Horse Campaign (AWHC) is the nation’s leading wild horse protection organization, with more than 700,000 supporters and followers nationwide. AWHC is dedicated to preserving the American wild horse and burros in viable, free-roaming herds for generations to come, as part of our national heritage. In addition to advocating for the protection and preservation of America’s wild herds, AWHC implements the largest wild horse fertility control program in the world through a partnership with the State of Nevada for wild horses that live in the Virginia Range near Reno.

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